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How to update the "Additional nginx directives" field for all/several domains in Plesk




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    Jason Schilling (Edited )

    I've got another workflow that set the directive, but it doesn't take effect.

    Even if I try to restart the nginx service with

    •     service nginx restart 

    I also checked the user and group and permission.(root:nginx and 644)


    // EDIT

    Works with

    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/httpdmng --reconfigure-domain <domain>

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    Ivan Postnikov

    @Jason, thank you for noticing, the script will be updated soon.

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    Robert Perrett

    Is this really the only way to do this?  What about apache?

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    Hi, @Robert Perrett.

    You can use the same approach as for nginx, but using vhost.conf and vhost_ssl.conf (for Additional Apache directives for HTTP and HTTPS correspondingly).

    As an alternative, you can add required directives to configuration template: Changing Virtual Hosts Settings Using Configuration Templates  

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    Chad Reitsma

    I did this with a slightly different approach. I created a tmp file with my directives then looped over the domains in .../vhosts/system/ to overwrite the existing vhost_nginx.conf, restart apache+nginx and you're done.

    5 Steps:

    # nano /tmp/vhost_nginx.conf   (pasted my directives into here and saved)
    # cd /var/www/vhosts/system/
    # for d in */; do cp /tmp/vhost_nginx.conf "./$d/conf"; done
    # service nginx restart
    # service httpd restart

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